Listvyanka Village is composed of wooden cabins, churches, and stores, and this is key in providing the visitor with a truly serene setting. While the town may be small, there is more than enough to enjoy with museums, gift shops, and of course, beautifully prepared local cuisine.
For museums, the Baikal Limnological Museum is ideal for those wishing to explore the wonders of Lake Baikal. All exhibits are dedicated to the origin and the history of the lake, its flora and fauna, geological structure, climate and tectonics of Pribaikalye. Stuffed birds and animals. Collection of minerals. Models of the lake bed showing its history, the peculiarities of its shoreline and bottom. Since 2004 a living exhibition started at the museum in 11 aquariums.
St. Nikolay Church is both longstanding and gorgeous, making it a must-see for any visitor. When it's time to eat, visitors can try the local and deliciously prepared fish called omul. After a day of visiting, a night can be spent walking along the shore viewing the moonlight's reflection across the vast Lake Baikal.
Listvyanka Village is an ideal destination for a remarkable and truly unique experience in Russia.